Luoyang Chen

Luoyang Chen was born and raised in China. He came to "Australia" with lots of hopes and dreams in late 2016. Luoyang writes poetry. His debut full-length poetry collection, Flow, will be published by Red River in collaboration with Centre for Stories in late 2022. His poems, in print and online, can be found in 聲韻詩刊 Voice & Verse Poetry Magazine, Mascara Literary Review, Portside Review, Cordite Poetry Review, Rabbit: a journal for non-fiction poetry, The Suburban Review, Baby Teeth Journal, Foam:e, be:longing magazine, and Pulch Magazine. His works often explore metapoetics, the lyric "I", and touch. He has a short attention span, poor memory, and a good heart.


for Dechen Khadro 落叶风吹随河流 提壶温酒醉人意 影现仙鹤丛中 一跃 数不清丝绸、忧愁 眼/演 化为 字/自 Fallen leaves, wind-blown, following river, flow Raising flagon, warm wine, wish mesmerised In the woods, looms the divine crane, leaps Uncountable silk, gloom Eye/acting Turns into Word/self

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this is what is what is what this is this what is is this what is what what is what this what is we have we have this this we have this this we have this have this we

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Skin Pain

Do you want it — my Skin? You can have it. I peel it off for you. It’s free. I am voluntary. I dress you with my skin. To ensure that it doesn’t fall off, I sew my skin over …

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